Due to the high electricity cost, the stimulation of the previous FIT (Feed-in Tariff) policy, and the abundant lighting resources in Australia, a large number of households have installed photovoltaics in the past few years. Australia is one of the most developed photovoltaic countries in the world. As of January 2019, data from Australian PV Institute, there are over 2 million PV installations in Australia, with a combined capacity of over 11.1 gigawatts. Shown as below Figure1 from APVI.
Figure1 Australian PV installations since April 2001: total capacity (kW)
A comparison between the number of installations and kW capacity installed in each calendar month shows a trend towards the installation of larger systems in Australia.
Figure2 Monthly installations by size category
At present, with the expiration of PV FIT in some regions, it is stimulating the increasing demand for energy storage in the household PV market. More and more household battery energy subsidy programs are incorporated into state and regional energy policies. In this regard, Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) released data show that in 2019, Australia will have more than 70,000 homes to install battery energy storage systems. As Australia's energy storage demand will triple, it is expected to account for 30% of global energy storage demand this year. There is reason to believe that Australia will be one of the fastest growing countries in the household energy storage market.
Source: Wood Mackenzie
Battery prices expected to decline below $150/kWh in the next five years and will continue decrease but at a slow pace. According to the Renewables report from Wood Mackenzie. 21% of Australia's electricity generation came from renewable energy in 2018. We expect that energy market will achieve a steady and continuous increase even if the subsidy fades away. Consumers are willing to pay a premium for rooftop PV plus energy systems, whether or not they have subsidies, to avoid the risk of increased electricity bills and stable power security.
Now, solar plus Energy, this mode has gradually become the mainstream for energy supply in Australia's open areas. The schedulable of renewable energy is further enhanced. So that’s why DYNESS here.
DYNESS is a high-tech company in China. A team composed of industry leaders and senior doctors in the field as the core R&D strength to create excellent power battery products. Dyness has 2 R&D centers and 1 production base. Here is our location:
We always focus on battery energy storage technology，here are some of the Lithium iron phosphate battery modules we developed.
And launched a series of battery energy storage systems showing as below, it provides maximum safety, lifetime and performance, which makes them the perfect battery energy storage system (ESS) for all applications:
With modular design, they’re Easy to scale up, Easier and faster installation, Compact size and lightweight. Also provide Long life service, 10 years performance warranty, Over than 6000cycles guarantee.
Dyness ESS can store excess energy from rooftop PV panels or other renewable energy for use when needed. Cooperation with inverters ESS can helps you to realize energy self-sufficiency and ultimately energy independence. The below picture shows how it works with inverters:
Dyness ESS is compatible with a wide range of inverters. Published as follows:
More brans will be announced.
News from government of south Australia, “Available to 40,000 households, South Australian’s can now access $100 million in State Government subsidies to help pay for the installation of home battery systems.” We are on the list of energy subsidy for the designated brand battery plus inverter system.
Dyness’s leading energy solutions led to over 12000pcs shipments in Australia, Africa, Europe and Asia supporting the world's cleaner energy goals and alleviating stress on the grid, notably, DYNESS committed to another 1GWh power this year. Combined with efficient factory production mechanism, strong production capacity &quality assurance and professional R&D team, so we can do more.
Dynes will continue to explore the development and application of power batteries in the field of power storage “Wherever the light touches is our power kingdom.”